Nick's 1983 Chevy K5 Blazer
6.2 Diesel
14 Bolt Full Floater rear
Dana 44 Front
3.73 gears
BFG AT tires
Rust in color
Body is perfect......

"Green Machine"

Eric's built 94 YJ is powered by a 4 Cylinder and is in great shape despite being rolled twice! It's loaded with:
4.88 gears
Detroit with Posi Lock in Front
Detroit with Super 35 in Rear
35X12.5 15 BFG KM2's
Bead locks
4.5in Extreme duty RE lift
2in Body lift
Full Roll cage
4.0 throtle body
Electric fan
Tom wood's Drive Shafts with SYE KIT
Rockin Stereo System

The 4xFools is a family-oriented 4WD club. We meet once a month to talk, take care of club business, and plan events. We host a range of events including trail rides, tech inspections, parades and an annual party. Trail rides are the reason the club exists. Experiencing the great outdoors while testing the limits of equipment and driver skill is safer and more enjoyable when shared with others. We respect the emotional and financial investment members have in their vehicles. However, 4 Wheeling is a contact sport and sooner or later everyone tries something they shouldn’t have. When that time comes, take comfort in the fact that we have never left a club member stranded on a trail ride. We try to accommodate differences in vehicle capabilities and off-highway driving skills. Most of us run short wheel base vehicles that are stock or have a moderate lift with oversize tires.

About Us


JL's Jeep is a 1979 CJ 7. It was built over the past 10 years from Jeeps between 1979 and 1981 + new updates. Homemade cage - 9,500 pound winch in front. 33 LTB tires. Front open dana 44 from a International Scout - rear 1 piece axle with Aussie locker. Body in PERFECT condition...

Foolish Rides

"Turtle Power"

Kelsey loves driving her Dad's 1987 Suzuki Samurai. It has a 16 valve1.6L "Big Block" from a Suzuki Sidekick and a GRSII transfer case with a 6.5:1 low range. ARB lockers and alloy shafts help the axles spin 31" TSL LTB tires while a 6,000lb winch and full cage are there for the frequent rollovers.  Motorcycle carburetors have been custom fit to feed this little monster